Posts tagged ipod touch

Atsumeru – The iOS GIF and Reaction Image Management App – Free Trial

  Aizuwakamatsu, Japan – Independent software developer, Sascha M Holesch has announced the newest update of Atsumeru for iOS, which had been approved for release in all regions. Atsumeru was made specifically to help users manage animated GIFs and other reaction images for private viewing as well as for later sharing with others.  Continue reading »

Change the default search engine on iOS and OS X

Since the first iPhone, the default search engine has been Google.  But it doesn’t have to be.  Continue reading »

PromptSmart for iOS

MADE IN AMERICA  New York, New York – PromptSmart, a new teleprompter app available for iPad and iPhone has launched is the first voice-guided public speaking aid with VoiceTrack™ proprietary voice recognition technology. VoiceTrack™ is a breakthrough in mobile voice recognition technology. It seamlessly follows spoken words and pauses during a speech, adjusting the speed of scrolling text in real time based on the speaker’s actual words and pace. Continue reading »

iOS 8 secrets Apple isn’t talking about

Jonny Evans, in his Apple Holic blog on Computer World blogs has this article about iOS 8. Continue reading »

15 Apps that are better than Apple’s

This article on BusinessInsider, lists 15 apps that they think are better than the ones from Apple that come on your iDevice.   Continue reading »

Maps Pro with Google Maps Updated

MADE IN AMERICA Cupertino, California – Users in 59 countries (and counting) have made Maps Pro with Google Maps the alternative to Google Maps can now head to the App Store, and download the latest version that features over 60 improvements and enhancements, including a brand new UI for iPhone, better directions and searching, iCloud syncing, bookmark tagging, and much more.  Continue reading »

Doctor Who News iPhone App

  Paul Gee has announced the release of WhoNews 3.5.2. The latest version of the Doctor Who news app that includes a brand new user interface with website previews, dynamic backgrounds and new iPad newspaper-like layout. WhoNews collates the latest news on Doctor Who from over 140 of the top Doctor Who websites, blogs, podcasts and artists every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day.  Continue reading »

SuperPlayPosts Creates Custom Video Collages

Cupertino, California – iOS users looking for a versatile, yet easy-to-use photo and video editing solution can now get it from the App Store as the new app SuperPlayPost from developer Bich Tran.   Continue reading »

FlipCard

MADE IN AMERICA  Cupertino, California – Professionals who are fed up with so-called tools that fail to manage their growing volume of business cards – such as bulky rolodexes and time consuming scanners – can now head to the App Store, and finally download the last contact manager solution they’ll ever need: FlipCardContinue reading »

System Monitor Utility

 Pfaeffikon, Switzerland – Power APP has announced the release of version 2.0.0 of their app System Monitor Utility for iOS, an app that is designed to grant a quick overview not only of the hardware of iOS devices, but as well as detailed information about running processes or memory distribution. Continue reading »

New iPad mini & iPhone 5 Security Kits

MADE IN AMERICA San Diego, California – newMacgadgets today, introduces the first lock and cable iPad mini & iPhone 5 Security Kits. These lock and cable security kits are both light-weight and flexible in design making them ideal for all types of retail, business and home security applications. Continue reading »

Prep for iMovie on iOS

MADE IN AMERICA Mesa, Arizona – “Prep for iMovie on iOS” has just undergone a major content update. All video tutorials now teach the latest version of iMovie for iOS’s iPad and iPhone. All finger swipes were photographed in two camera angles, for painstaking accuracy. In addition, the videos use visual highlighting to indicate the next step finger-action the user must take. There is no comporable learning product on the market.   Continue reading »

Apple 2014 WWDC Announces OS X Yosemite

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers We posted the releases as they cam out from Apple… and the developers’ conference seemed to have a lot of energy. Among new announcements are all kinds of opinions — and just about every editor is putting their own spin on things! But not the InfoManager — we give access without spin:
[_] Xcode 6, Swift, CloudKit, and more surprising developer news from WWDC 2014
[_] 20 Features of Apple’s Latest Developer OS Revealed at WWDC 2014
[_] Watch The TechCrunch Recap Of Apple’s WWDC 2014 Announcements
[_] WWDC 2014: A love letter from Apple to developers
[_] 5 Reasons WWDC Is Big News for the Enterprise
[_] Apple WWDC 2014 Highlights: A New Era?
[_] And else . . .
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QR Code & Barcode Reader/Generator Qrafter Pro

 Mobile users looking for new ways to access and generate certain 2D code types, now have the ability to do so using the Qrafter Pro tool, available now for $2.99 on the App Store. The application is capable of reading QR Code, Data Matrix, Aztec Code and barcodes, and stands out among other QR code readers due to its compliance with all URL standards.  Continue reading »

The End of Photo365 Failure

Since its launch, the Learn Photo365 Photography assignment generator apps have been inspiring thousands of photographers around the world. Photographer, educator, and developer Noel Chenier is extremely excited to announce Version 2.0 of the apps feature an update that will put an end to the scourge of photographers everywhere-failure of their Photo 365 challenge.   Continue reading »